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Richmond County Sheriff’s Office warns of real estate scams

when it discovered the funds had been sent to an unidentified person’s bank account in Maryland. Investigator Carole Romero said the incident is a common real estate scam in which documents are fabricated to make the scammer look like the property owner.

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